All ages (age 12 & under must be accompanied by an adult). Led by Ryan Brock, create your own tech-based project and learn about microcontrollers, soldering, wiring, and programming in these hands-on sessions. Participants do not need to attend every session but MUST come to the first session in order to choose a project. Most projects will take multiple sessions. Limited to 20. There will be a fee for some supplies after projects are chosen.
Create a colorful fresh spring centerpiece. Peggy Garvin will provide all the materials and instructions; please bring your own pruners. Register at the library to pay the $15 materials fee. No refunds.
Exchange ideas about the foreign policy issues facing America today in this monthly discussion led by Professor Gary Midkiff. Participants must purchase a briefing book and read a chapter prior to each meeting. This is an eight month series that will begin in February. One nice aspect of this program is that each chapter stands by itself so you can join the group at any time. Monthly descriptions available in our online calendar. Briefing Book $15.00. No refunds.
Celebrate all of the creative participants who created Peeps Dioramas this year! Attendees can enjoy activities, crafts, and snacks, plus vote for the “Peeple’s Choice Award”. The winners of the contest will be announced at the end of the reception.
Gain valuable experience by taking a timed, full-length mock SAT test provided by college prep tutor, Lisa Stiegman. Prior to the exam she will explain strategies to help with your timing and reducing test anxiety. Test takers will receive their scores with an opportunity for personal feedback. Students should bring their student ID, an SAT approved calculator, and #2 pencils.
Grades 6-12. Help out the library and your community in our dynamic Teen Advisory Board! Each month we do different activities from brainstorming ideas for the library, helping with library programs, assisting the Friends of the Library, or getting out in the community. Come and drop in to meet other involved teens! On Monday, April 13 we will be helping with the FOCAL book sale set up.
Grades 6-12. Join a D&D Adventuring Group! Rules taught to beginners, and experienced players are also welcome. Pre-generated characters and all supplies provided, just bring your imagination! Cooperative play emphasized, so come and help your group succeed! For information on rules and game play visit http://dnd.wizards.com/articles/features/basicrules . Limit 6.